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Caramelle (1995)

| Short, Drama
Anna is not so very young any more, but still a voluptuous woman and full of desire. Unlike her husband, who prefers to watch television instead of making love to his wife. Diets and ... See full summary »

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Mario
Enzo Garramone
Roberta Scardola
Patrizio Rispo
Daniele Cortesini
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Anna is not so very young any more, but still a voluptuous woman and full of desire. Unlike her husband, who prefers to watch television instead of making love to his wife. Diets and aerobics fail to revive his sexual interest, and Anna turns to a fortune-teller for help. Unfortunately, the love potions also have dissatisfying side-effects and surprising results. Finally, a proper solution is found in some magic sweets: each sweet will make Anna seven years younger. Which might be rather tricky for a compulsive eater. Written by lament

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Original music by Gabriele Ducros
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Light-hearted fun
10 March 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Try as she may Anna (Stefania Sandrelli) is unable to persuade her husband to have intimate moments with her in bed. In her frustration she takes to eating "sweeties" almost non-stop. In her frenetic quest for sexual gratification Anna consults medium Olga a woman experienced in matters of the heart. The farce becomes riotous when the sex drugs provided by Olga and meant for the husband fall into the hands of the postman, the plumber and the family dog. For such a short film the sets are quite good and the wardrobe excellent. The classical music adds an urgent and exciting touch to the hilarious proceedings. The idea of love potions is not new. Even shakespeare used them in "A Mid-Summer Night's Dream". As in that play a few unavoidable mistakes lead to absolute chaos. And as for overdosing with the potent mixture I can think of only one word: Beware.

It's a serving of farce which perhaps should be viewed while having drinks and a few nibbles, or perhaps, more appropriately a plentiful supply of sweet caramels.


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